About 50 jobs are set to go at Fife manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication’s (BiFab’s) Arnish yard over the next week as work has dried up at the site.
The London market nudged higher despite a mixed day which saw telecoms firms slump after the Labour Party outlined plans to turn broadband into a public service.
Jeremy Corbyn sent shockwaves through the City as he unveiled plans to nationalise the UK’s broadband network, providing free internet access for every home in the country.
Shareholders in Government contractor Kier have succeeded in a major rebellion over the pay deal for its top executives.
Tesco has unveiled its 2019 Christmas advertising campaign, as it looks to drive customers into its stores for the key shopping period.
Lloyds shareholders have expressed their “bitter disappointment” after losing a multimillion-pound High Court action over the acquisition of HBOS.
Haynes Publishing, the company best known for producing car manuals in the days before the internet, has put itself up for sale, the company has confirmed.
Fuller’s has warned it will cost more than expected to separate its two arms after it sold its brewing business earlier this year to Japan’s Asahi.
Shares in BT remained in negative territory, although up from initial falls of nearly 4%, as the City and analysts reacted to Labour’s proposals to nationalise Openreach.
Oscar-winning visual effects business DNEG has pulled its planned listing on the London Stock Exchange less than a month after first revealing its intentions.